Get Involved With the Carroll County Historical Society

There are so many ways that you can become part of the HSCC family. Your “time, talent, and treasure,” all or some combination of the three, are invaluable to insuring that the Historical Society of Carroll County utilizes its resources effectively and creates opportunities for the public to better access our myriad educational offerings.

Here are some ways to support the HSCC:

Donate

Any non-profit organization is dependent on the generosity of donors for its day-to-day operations, and the HSCC is no different. Every dollar that you donate helps pay staff salaries, keeps the lights on, and supports our diverse menu of programs and publications. Without your financial assistance, the many audiences we serve—from children to seniors—would be the poorer for it.

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Membership

There’s no better time than now to join the many county residents who value local history as a window on the past and as sign posts to the future. Whether you have deep local roots or have recently chosen to make Carroll County your home, our cities, towns, and changing landscape are the sum total of the contributions of those who’ve gone before us. Learn, enjoy, explore, and preserve our county’s rich heritage by becoming a member of the Historical Society of Carroll County.

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Volunteer

Behind the bricks of the Society’s stately buildings there’s a dedicated corps of volunteers who are the secret to its success. They do everything from escorting museum tours to helping people research their family history to working in our museum ship to helping staff school programs. We have many such opportunities available on an ongoing basis, and invite you to match your skills with our needs. Our experienced volunteers will gladly train you and welcome you to the team.

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Your Membership Counts!

Become a Member Today and Join Us in Connecting the Past and Present.

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Help Support Our Mission

Donate Today and Help Us Keep the History of Carroll County Alive.

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